Design Competition

In late 2019, Bring Back Brookes Jetty Inc. hosted a design competition to further explore options for the site. There was a $5000 prize for the best design, known as the Leighton Prize. The winner was announced on 28 February 2020.

A total of 108 entries were received. Complete list of entries.

The winning entry

The Wave – Joao Araujo Sousa, JJs Architectura, Porto, Portugal

The People’s Choice

Brookes Sea Bath – Will Kendall, Architect

Highly Commended Awards

Water Coaster – Jimmy Carter & Barbara Materia, University of Illinois, Chicago

Brookes Jetty -Trinidad Amwenabar Moreno et al, Architects

Brookes Jetty Boat – Jiaq He, Architecture Student, Melbourne University

Implied Dream – Mark Richards, Mark Richards Architects.

The Magnet – Vishnu Hazel, Architecture Student, University of Melbourne

The Paddle – Feng Xue & Andre Braun, Atelier Feng Xue

Naïve Memoir – Thomas Wooster, Architecture Student, Deakin University

WaterLoo(p) – Laura Solsona, SELF Studio, Architect & Landscape Architect

Other Shortlisted Entries

Changing Tides – Xin Yang, Landscape Architect

Between Sea and Sky – Feidhlim O’Neill, Architect, ODS.

Penguin Pier – Benjamin Tan & Montgomery Balding, Graduate Architects

Brookes Jetty Proposal – Charlie Eastwood & Tom Jordan, Student Architects, Melbourne & Monash Unis.

Chenran Li, Student Architect, Melbourne Uni

Luna Pier – Keith Westerbrook, Architect, Cumulus Studio

Brookes Jetty Design – Erin Campbell, Student Architect, Melbourne Uni

Revitalisation – Darren Ba Dung Phan, Architect Graduate, Mode Design Corp

New Brookes Jetty – Holly Board, Boardgrove Architects

Brookes Jetty Past & Present – Alex, Game, Landscape Architect, Landskap Pty Ltd

The Loop – Robert Watson, Architect, Watson Architecture & Design


Complete list of entries